Santa and the Fairy Snow Queen

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This beloved and baffling gem from our Santa Claus Conquers the Martians live show is now available as a studio short!

When thinking of classic Christmas specials, it’s not long before Snoopy comes to mind… dog? What dog? We’re talking about the much more better known Snoopy the Brownie, of course, who works for Santa and helps keep his menagerie of terrifying living toys in line while he naps off his most recent egg nog bender. Really, we’ve seen our share of drunk Santas over the years, and this one’s as red-nosed and bleary as they come. But Snoopy and Santa are far from the most iconic characters featured here. We’re talking, naturally, about the Candy Lion! Yes, the Candy Lion, the lion who can eat candy. Oh the concept still isn’t clear enough yet? Well fortunately his catchphrase, which he loves to blurt out at random times, will clear that right up. We won’t spoil the surprise, but-- “I CAN EAT CANDY!” --oh come on Candy Lion, who let you in here??

Join Mike, Kevin and Bill for a heaping helping of holiday cheer wi-- “I CAN EAT CANDY”-- Santa and the Fairy Snow Queen!

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December 30, 2014

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16 minutes

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